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Life at the Crossroads

melfan Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 8:08 AM
What I find interesting about the pro "choice" groups is they are all about "choice" as long as you make the RIGHT choice. If a women CHOOSES to have the child she is looked down on and accused of being a "tool" of the right wing. We are pro-life, and if they were honest they would be called pro-DEATH!
Illbay Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 9:27 AM
I consider myself "pro-life" but because of the extremists' hold on that label, anyone who doesn't decry abortion for all reasons - even for those where the life of the mother might be in jeopardy - is lumped into the "pro-death" category along with the worst N.O.W. adherents.

So maybe you people could chill, and that might bring you a lot more policy success.

Not everyone is foaming-at-the-mouth.
Birdman III Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 2:42 PM
I suppose you could truthfully call your self "sorta pro-life" of "iffy pro life"?

In the fight for life, a Metro Detroit pregnancy center has experienced stunning success.


From Townhall Magazine's January feature, "Life at the Crossroads," by Mark Kakkuri:

On a crisp, fall day in 2012, a 27-year old woman named Jennifer pulled open the door to Crossroads Pregnancy Center in Auburn Hills, Mich. She entered the 3,800 square foot structure, formerly a bank and the westernmost building in an outdoor strip that contains a Little Caesars, ACO Hardware and Rite Aid. A 10-year...